Leader of Opposition Business in the House of Representatives, Anthony Hylton, is continuing his push for a Code of Conduct for Parliamentarians.

He was reacting to news that Central Westmoreland Member of Parliament George Wright has resigned from the Jamaica Labour Party.

This follows several weeks of calls for the MP to go amid a scandal over his alleged abuse of a woman.

Anthony Hylton, Leader of Opposition Business in the House of Representatives.

Meanwhile, Executive Director of the Jamaica Accountability Meter Portal, Jeanette Calder, agrees there’s need for a Code of Conduct.

But she says there’s need to go further and push for impeachment legislation.

She says there’s clear evidence on which to base the call for him to go.

Ms Calder says a statement from the Police outlined that both Mr Wright and a businesswoman Tannisha Singh made separate Police reports about abuse.

She says citizens should have the right to recall an MP who they are no longer satisfied with.

Jeanette Calder, Executive Director of the Jamaica Accountability Meter Portal.

They were speaking on Nationwide @5.